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Update to my post now that I have a full tank and a trip to UT under my belt. I used the Eco-mode and got 30mph doing about 80 mph from Irvine all the way to Zion National Park in Utah. When I arrived and fill the tank it only took 14 gals! My goad for the trip was to see if I could get the 28 mpg they said it sound get so 30 was pretty cool. I love the Nav and it works beautifully but I do wish it has a few features I ws use to using such as telling you the speed limit for the road you are on and your altitude. An option for your exact long/lat would be nice too but those other 2 features would be great and I miss having them. I am not sure how they treated the windows but there is much less UV light coming into the car and I find myself not needing my perscription Maui Jims to battle the UV rays. Its also very nice that the car only needs 87 octane since all of the other cars I have owned require premium. The car on uneven roads at speed in the turns can get a little challenging as the car does like to float and hunt around on the road a little more than I am use too. I will need to check the tire pressure because its acting like the tires might be over inflated by about 6+ pounds. Seats are nothing short of amazing and after spending 7 hours in them I feel great (not so in the Taurus).Report it
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